Kidstown Water Park is one of Toronto’s most popular outdoor water facilities for preschool and grade school children. The City is planning to update the existing equipment through state-of-good-repair improvements to provide a safer and more accessible experience for park users.
The timeline is subject to change.
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The second online survey closed on December 31, 2020. Participants were able to share feedback on the proposed options for the Kidstown Redesign. Translated surveys in simplified and traditional Chinese were also available.
Download the survey summary.
The project team held virtual design jams with students in grades two, three, four, five and six at St. Sylvester Elementary School, located nearby Kidstown. Students were introduced to the design team and shown slides of precedent images from other water parks. They were asked to offer input on what they liked and didn’t like and what they wanted to see in the Kidstown redesign.
Download the Youth Design Jam summary.
Multiple design concepts for the Kidstown Redesign were presented. The project team took questions and collected feedback to inform the development of one preferred design concept for the water park. Participants were directed to the online survey to provide additional feedback.
At this CRG meeting, members confirmed how the water park is currently used, and discussed overall goals and objectives to help establish priorities for the park’s renovations.
Download the meeting summary.
This first online survey collected feedback on the community’s desired vision for the Kidstown redesign and replacement. It closed on October 11, 2020.
Download the survey summary.
Participants were provided with an overview of the project and given the opportunity to meet the design team. The meeting included a question and answer session.
The CRG is a group of community members who will meet virtually three to five times between Summer 2020 and Winter 2021 to provide detailed advice and input to inform Kidstown’s new design.
Download the CRG meeting summary.
L’Amoreaux Kidstown is the City’s only owned and operated waterpark. It is the most popular outdoor aquatic facility in the City, enjoyed by kids and families from all across Toronto. It has come time to replace this iconic destination and revitalize its surroundings to ensure the water park is in good working order for many summers to come. The redesigned water park will be a dynamic, accessible, safe, and exciting space that will better serve existing and new park users.
The project may include the following: